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Special Area Sessions

Tuesday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

  • CHI and the Fate of AOL TimeWarner
    Nico Macdonald, Spy, UK; Neil Budde, Wall Street Journal Online, USA; Dan Gillmor, Mercury New Technology Columnist, USA; Michael Schrage, Writer and MIT Technology Review Columnist, USA; Andrew Zolli, Z + Partners, USA

Wednesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • e-Learning
    Nancy Brennan, Plimoth Plantation, USA; Steve Draper, University of Glasgow, UK; Michael Schrange, eMarkets Initiative, MIT Media Lab, USA; Ray Perez, Office Of Naval Research Cognitive & Neural Science & Technology Division, USA; Jenny Preece, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA

Thursday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Emotions
    Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Paul Hekkert, ID Studiolab TU Delft, The Netherlands; Kees Overbeeke, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands; Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, USA

CHIKids

CHIKids combines the fun of summer camp, technology, and CHI. It is an exciting experience for children (3-15 years of age) where they can produce web sites, create interactive animations, review new educational titles, test drive the latest gadgets and toys, or be CHI conference reporters. CHIKids needs you to make all of this happen!

Information about enrolling in CHIkids or the Child Care Program can be found at the Child Care Program Page.

To register your child for the CHIkids programs, please visit https://www.kiddiecorp.com/chikids.htm.


Demonstrations

Tuesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Interaction Techniques for Handheld Devices
George Furnas, University of Michigan, USA

  • A Fisheye Calendar Interface for PDAs: Providing Overviews for Small Displays
    Benjamin Bederson, University of Maryland, USA; Aaron Clamage, University of Maryland, USA; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, USA; George Robertson, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Peephole Displays: Pen Interaction on Spatially Aware Handheld Computers
    Ka-Ping Yee, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Shared Freeform Input for Note Taking across Devices
    Laurent Denoue, Patrick Chiu, Tohru Fuse, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA
  • Typing in Thin Air: The Canesta Projection Keyboard - A New Method of Interaction with Electronic Devices Helena Roeber, John Bacus, Canesta, Inc., USA; Carlo Tomasi, Canesta, Inc/Duke University, USA

Tuesday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

Sharable Displays
Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, USA

  • Tailoring Public Displays for Small, Co-located Groups
    Elaine Huang, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Elizabeth Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • Designing Novel Interactional Workspaces to Support Face to Face Consultations
    Tom Rodden, University of Nottingham, UK; Yvonne Rogers, University of Sussex, UK; John Halloran, University of Sussex, UK; Ian Taylor, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Social Coordination around a Situated Display Appliance
    Kenton O'Hara, The Appliance Studio, UK; Mark Perry, DISC, Brunel University, UK; Simon Lewis, The Appliance Studio, UK

New Techniques for Presenting Instructions and Transcripts
Gloria Mark, UC Irvine, USA

  • Comparative Effectiveness of Augmented Reality in Object Assembly
    Arthur Tang, Media Interface and Network Design Laboratories/Michigan State University, USA; Charles Owen, Media and Entertainment Technologies Laboratory/Michigan State University, USA; Frank Biocca, Media Interface and Network Design Laboratories/Michigan State University, USA; Weimin Mou, Media Interface and Network Design Laboratories/Michigan State University, USA
  • Information Use of Service Technicians in Difficult Cases
    Yutaka Yamauchi, University of California, Los Angeles/UCLA, USA; Jack Whalen, Palo Alto Research Center/PARC, USA; Daniel Bobrow, Palo Alto Research Center/PARC, USA
  • Books with Voices: Paper Transcripts as a Physical Interface to Oral Histories
    Scott Klemmer, UC Berkeley, USA; Jamey Graham, Ricoh Silicon Valley, USA; Gregory Wolff, Ricoh Silicon Valley, USA; James Landay, UC Berkeley, USA

Input Interaction
Dan Olsen, Brigham Young University, USA

  • Shorthand Writing on Stylus Keyboard
    Shumin Zhai, IBM Research, Almaden Center, USA; Per-Ola Kristensson, Linköping University, Sweden
  • High Precision Touch Screen Interaction
    Pär-Anders Albinsson, Swedish Defence Research Agency/FOI/Linköping University, Sweden; Shumin Zhai, IBM Almaden Research Center/Linköping University, Sweden
  • Metrics for Text Entry Research: An Evaluation of MSD and KSPC, and a New Unified Error Metric
    William Soukoreff, York University, UK; Scott MacKenzie, York University, UK

Tuesday, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Privacy and Trust
Andrew Monk, University of York, UK

  • Shiny Happy People Building Trust? Photos on e-Commerce Websites and Consumer Trust
    Jens Riegelsberger, University College London/UCL, UK; Angela Sasse, University College London/UCL, UK; John D. McCarthy, University College London/UCL, UK
  • Unpacking Privacy for a Networked World
    Leysia Palen, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA; Paul Dourish, University of California, Irvine, USA
  • Usability and Privacy: A Study of Kazaa P2P File-sharing
    Nathaniel Good, HP laboratories, USA; Aaron Krekelberg, University of Minnesota, USA

Physical-Virtual World Interaction
Lars Erik Holmquist, Viktoria Institute, Sweden

  • Gesture + Play: Full-body Interaction for Virtual Environments
    Konrad Tollmar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; David Demirdjian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; Trevor Darrell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • PenPets: A Physical Environment for Virtual Animals
    Shaun O'Mahony, University of York, UK; John A Robinson, University of York, UK
  • Personal Universal Controllers: Controlling Complex Appliances With GUIs and Speech
    Jeffrey Nichols, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Brad A. Myers, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Michael Higgins, MAYA Design, Inc., USA; Joseph Hughes, MAYA Design, Inc., USA; Thomas K. Harris, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Roni Rosenfeld, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Kevin Litwack, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Usability of Large Scale Public Systems
Jim Miller, Miramontes Computing, USA

  • Electronic Voting System Usability Issues
    Benjamin Bederson, University of Maryland/Computer Science Department/Human-Computer Interaction Lab, USA; Bongshin Lee, University of Maryland/Computer Science Department/Human-Computer Interaction Lab, USA; Robert Sherman, University of Maryland/Computer Science Department/Human-Computer Interaction Lab, USA; Paul Herrnson, University of Maryland/Department of Government and Politics, USA; Richard Niemi, University of Rochester/Department of Political Science, USA
  • Usability and Biometric Verification at the ATM interface
    De Angeli, Antonella Lynne Coventry, Advanced Technology & Research/Strategic Solutions, /NCR - Dundee UK; Antonella De Angeli, Advanced Technology & Research/Strategic Solutions, /NCR - Dundee UK; Graham Johnson, Advanced Technology & Research/Strategic Solutions, /NCR - Dundee UK

Peripheral and Ambient Displays
Scott Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

  • From Data to Display: the Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Sound Display for the Deaf
    F. Wai-ling Ho-Ching, UC Berkeley, USA; Jennifer Mankoff, UC Berkeley, USA; James A. Landay, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Heuristic Evaluation of Ambient Displays
    Anind Dey, Intel Research Berkeley, USA; Jennifer Mankoff, UC Berkeley, USA; Gary Hsieh, UC Berkeley, USA; Scott Lederer, UC Berkeley, USA; Julie Kientz, University of Toledo, USA

Wednesday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

Editing and Coordinating
Laurence Nigay, University of Grenoble, France

  • Fusion: Interactive Coordination of Diverse Data, Visualizations, and Mining Algorithms
    Chris North, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Nathan Conklin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Kiran Indukuri, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Varun Saini, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
  • SILVER: Simplifying Video Editing With Metadata
    A. Chris Long, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Juan Casares, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Brad A. Myers, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Rishi Bhatnagar, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Scott M. Stevens, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Laura Dabbish, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Dan Yocum, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Albert Corbett, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • When One Isn't Enough: An Analysis of Virtual Desktop Usage Strategies and Their Implications for Design
    Meredith Ringel, Stanford University, USA
  • MediaFinder: An Interface for Dynamic Personal Media Management with Semantic Regions
    Hyunmo Kang Hyunmo Kang, Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland at College Park, USA; Ben Shneiderman, Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland at College Park, USA

Wednesday, 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Tools for User-Centered Design
Jacek Gwizdka, University of Toronto, Canada

  • A Tool Supporting Capture and Analysis of Field Research Data Using the Contextual Design Methodology
    Karen Holtzblatt, InContext Enterprises, Inc., USA ; Hugh Beyer, InContext Enterprises, Inc., USA
  • Streaming Format Software for Usability Testing
    Mike Lister, NetAnalytic Limited, UK
  • Are Informal Tools Better? Comparing DEMAIS, Pencil and Paper, and Authorware for Early Multimedia Design
    Brian Bailey, Department of Computer Science - University of Illinois; Joseph Konstan, Department of Computer Science - University of Minnesota

Thursday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

World Wide Web
Erika Orrick, Code Useable, USA

  • Sparrow Web: Group-Writable Information on Structured Web Pages
    Eric A. Bier, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Kenneth Pier, Palo Alto Research Center, USA
  • Mr.Web: An Automated Interactive Webmaster
    Andrea Lockerd, MIT Media Lab, USA; Huy Pham, MIT Media Lab, USA; Taly Sharon, MIT Media Lab, USA; Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • Two Methods for Auto-Organizing Personal Web History
    Scott LeeTiernan, University of Washington, USA; Shelly Farnham, Microsoft Research, USA; Lili Cheng, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Exploring the Distribution of Online Healthcare Information
    Suresh Bhavnani, University of Michigan, USA; Renju Jacob, University of Michigan, USA; Jennifer Nardine, University of Michigan, USA; Fred Peck, University of Michigan, USA
  • Looks Good to Me
    Linda Roberts, BellSouth, USA; Leigh Rankin, BellSouth, USA; Edward Silver, BellSouth, USA; Darryl Moore

Camera-based Input and Video Techniques
Susan Fussell, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

  • A Design Tool for Camera-based Interaction
    Jerry Fails, Brigham Young University/BYU; Dan Olsen, Brighm Young University/BYU
  • Videography for Telepresentations
    Yong Rui, Microsoft Research; Anoop Gupta, Microsoft; Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research
  • A Low-Latency Lip-Synchronized Videoconferencing System
    Milton Chen, Stanford University

Interaction Techniques for Constrained Displays
Paul Aoki, Palo Alto Research Center, USA

  • Multimodal "Eyes-Free" Interaction Techniques for Wearable Devices
    Stephen Brewster, University of Glasgow, UK; Joanna Lumsden, University of Glasgow, UK; Marek Bell, University of Glasgow, UK; Malcolm Hall, University of Glasgow, UK; Stuart Tasker, University of Glasgow, UK
  • Interaction Techniques and Applications for Peephole Displays
    Ka-Ping Yee, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Halo: a Technique for Visualizing Off-Screen Objects
    Patrick Baudisch, Microsoft Research, USA; Ruth Rosenholtz, Palo Alto Research Center, USA

Thursday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Web Usability
William Newman, Consultant, UK

  • The Bull's-Eye: A Framework for Web Application User Interface Design Guidelines
    Betsy Beier, Oracle Corporation, USA; Misha W. Vaughan, Oracle Corporation, USA
  • Repairing Usability Problems Identified by the Cognitive Walkthrough for the Web
    Marilyn Hughes Blackmon, University of Colorado, USA; Muneo Kitajima, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan; Peter G. Polson, University of Colorado, USA
  • The Bloodhound Project: Automating Discovery of Web Usability Issues using the InfoScent Simulator
    Ed Chi, PARC, USA; Adam Rosien, PARC, USA; Gesara Supattanasiri, PARC, USA; Christiaan Royer, PARC, USA; Amanda Williams, PARC, USA; Celia Chow, PARC, USA

New Directions in Video Conferencing
James Bo Begole, Sun Microsystems, Inc., USA

  • Effects of Head-Mounted and Scene-Oriented Video Systems on Remote Collaboration on Physical Tasks
    Susan Fussell, Carnegie Mellon University/CMU, USA; Leslie Setlock, Carnegie Mellon University/CMU, USA; Robert Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University/CMU, USA
  • GAZE-2: Conveying Eye Contact in Group Video Conferencing Using Eye-Controlled Camera Direction
    Roel Vertegaal, Human Media Lab, Queen's University, Canada; Ivo Weevers, Human Media Lab, Queen's University, Canada; Changuk Sohn, Human Media Lab, Queen's University, Canada; Chris Cheung, Human Media Lab, Queen's University, Canada
  • The Impact of Avatar Realism on Perceived Quality of Communication in a Shared Immersive Virtual Environment
    Maia Garau, University College London UK; Mel Slater, University College London UK; Vinoba Vinayagamoorthy, University College London UK; Andrea Brogni, University College London UK; Anthony Steed, University College London UK; M. Angela Sasse, University College London UK

Between U and I
Tom Rodden, University of Nottingham, UK

  • iStuff: A Physical User Interface Toolkit for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
    Rafael Ballagas, Stanford University, USA; Meredith Ringel, Stanford University, USA; Maureen Stone, StoneSoup Consulting, USA; Jan Borchers, Stanford University, USA
  • XWand: UI for Intelligent Spaces
    Andrew Wilson, Microsoft Research, USA; Steven Shafer, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Two Worlds Apart: Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Virtual Media for Distributed Design Collaboration
    Katherine Everitt, University of California, Berkeley /UC Berkeley/UCB, USA; Scott Klemmer, University of California, Berkeley /UC Berkeley/UCB, USA; Robert Lee, University of California, Berkeley /UC Berkeley/UCB, USA; James Landay, University of California, Berkeley /UC Berkeley/UCB, USA

Thursday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

People at Leisure: Social Mixed Reality
Allison Woodruff, Palo Alto Research Center, USA

  • Exertion Interfaces: Sports over a Distance for Social Bonding and Fun
    Florian Mueller, Media Lab Europe and MIT Media Lab, USA & Ireland; Stefan Agamanolis, Media Lab Europe, Ireland; Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • Where On-line Meets on the Streets: Experiences with Mobile Mixed Reality Games
    Martin Flintham, University of Nottingham, UK; Steve Benford, University of Nottingham, UK; Rob Anastasi, University of Nottingham, UK; Terry Hemmings, University of Nottingham, UK; Andy Crabtree, University of Nottingham, UK; Chris Greenhalgh, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Lessons from the Lighthouse: Collaboration in a Shared Mixed Reality System
    Barry Brown, University of Glasgow, UK; Ian MacColl, University of Glasgow, UK; Matthew Chalmers, University of Glasgow, UK; Areti Galani, University of Glasgow, UK; Cliff Randell, University of Bristol, UK; Anthony Steed, University College London, UK

Design & Usability in Practice

Tuesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Extending Users' Control Over Technology
Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Melon University, USA

  • Designing an On-line Map Tool for Dutch Farmers
    Karin van der Hiele, Meru Research b.v., The Netherlands; Rob van der Haar, Meru Research b.v., The Netherlands; Raghu Kolli, Meru Research b.v., The Netherlands
  • An Interactive Poster Exhibit Puts Visitors in the Picture, in Real Time
    Kevin Walker, USA
  • A Lost Cause: The Ever-Improving Developer's Map
    Mette Kjærsgaard, Danfoss UCD Group, Mads Clausen Institute, Denmark; Jesper Pedersen, Danfoss Drives A/S, Denmark; Tom Djajadiningrat, University of Southern Denmark, Mads Clausen Institute, Denmark
  • A Tenant Interface for Energy and Maintenance Systems
    Clifford Federspiel, Center for the Built Environment, USA; Luis Villafana, School of Information Management and Systems, USA

Wednesday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

Ethnography and User-Centered Design
Elizabeth Churchill, FX Palo Alto Research Center, USA

  • Designing a Mobile Terminal for Horse Aficionados
    Jari Ijäs, Nokia, Finland; Minna Isomursa, University of Oulu, Finland; Pekka Isomursu, Nokia, Finland; Mika Mustonen, Nokia, Finland; Kaisa Still, University of Oulu, Nokia, Finland
  • A User-Centric Approach to Designing Home Network Interfaces
    Kook Hyun Chung, Samsung, Korea; Kyung Soon Oh, Samsung, Korea; Cheong Hyun Lee, Samsung, Korea; Jae Hyun Park, Samsung, Korea; Sunae Kim, Samsung, Korea; Soon Hee Kim, Samsung, Korea; Beth Loring, American Instititutes for Research, USA ; Chris Hass, American Institutes for Research, USA
  • Using Ethnography to Design a Mass Detection Tool (MDT) for the Early Discovery of Insurance Fraud
    Thomas Ormerod, Lancaster University, UK; Nicola Morley, Lancaster University, UK; Linden Ball, Lancaster University, UK; Charles Langley, Logic Programming Associates, UK; Clive Spenser, Logic Programming Associates, UK
  • Ethnographic Interviews Guide Design of Website for Vehicle Buyers
    Lori Anschuetz, Tec-Ed, Inc., USA; Stephanie Rosenbaum, Tec-Ed, Inc., USA

Thursday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

User Interfaces to Overwhelming Data
Mike Atyeo, Neo Insight, Canada

  • Using Converging Methods Across Disciplines to Guide the Redesign of a Large, Information-Rich Web Site
    Susan J. Robinson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Bradford W. Hesse, Westat, USA ; Abdul R. Shaikh, University of Michigan, USA; Mike Coss, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA; Carol Crawford, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA
  • MiTAP for Real Users, Real Data, Real Problems
    Laurie Damianos, The MITRE Corporation, USA ; Steve Wohlever, The MITRE Corporation, USA; Robyn Kozierok, The MITRE Corporation, USA; Jay Ponte, The MITRE Corporation, USA
  • Designing the User Interface of a Data Collection Instrument for the Consumer Price Index
    Jean E. Fox, Bureau of Labor Statistics, USA
  • Developing an Airline Freight Management System: Meeting Airline and End-User Challenges
    Sam J. Racine, Unisys Corporation, USA; John C. Curtin, Unisys Coporation, USA

Development Consortium

Sunday, Monday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Nick Bryan-Kinns, Optic Experience Design, UK; Peter Broadbent, Optic Experience Design, UK; Louis Weitzman, IBM Internet Technology Group, USA; Andrew Zolli, Lead Partner, Z + Partners, USA; Giles Rollestone, SBI and Company, UK; Lorenzo Wood, Oyster Partners Ltd, UK; Luke Skrebowski, Oyster Partners Ltd, UK; Norman Lewis, Freeserve.com Plc, UK; Ann Light, University of Sussex, UK; Mark Hurst, Creative Good, USA; Darren Reed, Department of Psychology, University of York, UK; Anxo Cereijo Roibás, School of Computing, Information and Mathematical Sciences, University of Brighton, UK; Riccardo Sala, Politecnico di Milano University, Italy

Doctoral Consortium

Sunday, Monday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Cellular Phone Manuals: Users' Benefit from Spatial Maps
    Susanne Bay, Aachen University, Germany
  • Emotional Interaction
    Pedro Branco, Fraunhofer, CRCG, Inc., Rhode Island, USA
  • ClearPen: Improving the Legibility of Handwriting
    Tim Butler, U. of Hertfordshire, UK
  • Mobile Information Re-finding Using a Voice Interface
    Rob Capra, Virginia Tech., USA
  • The Digital Set-top Box as a Virtual Channel Provider
    Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Athens University of Econmoics & Business, Greece
  • Modeling Command Selection for Speech-based Applications
    Jinjuan (Heidi) Feng, Baltimore(UMBC), USA
  • Partitioning Cursor Movements in "Point and Click" tasks
    Faustina Hwang, U. of Cambridge, UK
  • Personal Media Exploration with Semantic Regions
    Hyunmo Kang, U. of Maryland, USA
  • The Gateway: A Navigation Technique for Migrating to Small Screens
    Bonnie MacKay, Dalhousie, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Social Regulation in Virtual Spaces
    Jack Muramatsu, Irvine(UCI), USA
  • Interpersonal Cues and Consumer Trust in E-commerce
    Jens Riegelsberger, UCL (University College London), UK
  • Modeling Cyclic Interaction: An Account of Feedback
    Hokyoung Ryu, U. of York, UK
  • Utilizing Mobile Devices to Capture Case Stories for Knowledge Management
    Jia Shen, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
  • Understanding and Enhancing Call Centre Computer-Human-Human Interaction
    Anette Steel, U. of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Exploring Cultural Usability: A Localization Study of Mobile Text Messaging Use
    Huatong (Hannah) Sun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY, USA

Interactive Posters

e-Learning

Interaction Patterns with a Classroom Feedback System: Making Time for Feedback
Richard Anderson, University of Washington, USA; Ruth Anderson, University of Virginia, University of Washington, USA; Tammy VanDeGrift, Steven Wolfman, Ken Yasuhara, University of Washington, USA

Combining Handhelds with a Whole-Class Display to Support the Learning of Scientific Control
Tom Moher, Xun Ding, Jennifer Wiley, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA; Diane Conmy, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, USA; Syeda Hussain, Preeti Singh, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Learners on the Back-End: Students Contributing to Web-based Information Systems
Gina Cherry, William Washington, Janice Fournier, Kristen Shuyler, University of Washington, USA

VirtualCase: A Tool For Online Collaborative Learning
Gina Cherry, Program for Educational Transformation Through Technology, University of Washington, USA; Mark Alway, University of Washington, USA; Daniel Parshall, Educational Partnerships and Learning Technologies, University of Washington, USA

Supporting Engagement in Asynchronous Education
Scott LeeTiernan, University of Washington, USA; Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research, USA

Annotation in the Wild: Benefits of Linking Paper to Digital Media
Silvia Gabrielli, Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, Italy; Andy Law, Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, UK

Designing an Integrated Review Sheet for an Electronic Textbook
Neema Moraveji, Abigail Travis, Maura Bidinost, Matthew Halpern, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Kana no Senshi (Kana Warrior): A New Interface for Learning Japanese Characters
Kristen Stubbs, University of Minnesota, USA

Designing for Learning
Susanne Jul, Chris Quintana, University of Michigan, USA

Emotion

Emotional Interaction
Pedro Branco, Fraunhofer CRCG, Inc., USA

PhotoPhone Entertainment
Johan Thoresson, PLAY, Interactive Institute, Sweden

Humor Modeling in the Interface
Anton Nijholt, University of Twente, The Netherlands; Oliviero Stock, ITC-IRST, Italy; Alan Dix, Lancaster University, UK; John Morkes, Trilogy, USA

Subtle Expressivity for Characters and Robots
Noriko Suzuki, ATR, Japan; Christoph Bartneck, Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Mass Communication

MyInfo: a Personal News Interface
John Zimmerman, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Nevenka Dimitrova, Lalitha Agnihotri, Angel Janevski, Philips Research USA, USA; Lira Nikolovska, MIT, USA

BreakingStory: Visualizing Change in Online News
Jean Anne Fitzpatrick, James Reffell, Moryma Aydelott, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Personal Media

Cellular Phone Manuals: Users' Benefit from Spatial Maps
Susanne Bay, Aachen University, Germany

Mobile Information Re-Finding Using a Voice Interface
Rob Capra, Virginia Tech., USA

The Digital Set-Top Box as a Virtual Channel Provider
Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece

Personal Media Exploration with Semantic Regions
Hyunmo Kang, U. of Maryland, USA

Exploring Cultural Usability: A Localization Study of Mobile Text Messaging Use
Huatong (Hannah) Sun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY, USA

Supporting Notable Information in Office Work
Christopher Campbell, Paul Maglio, IBM Almaden Research, USA

Practices for Capturing Short Important Thoughts
Gillian Hayes, Jeffrey S. Pierce, Gregory D. Abowd, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

A Sensemaking-Supporting Information Gathering
System Yan Qu, University of Michigan, USA

Designing to Support Communication on the Move
Jacqueline Brodie, Brunel University, UK

Amigo — Wireless Image Based Instant Messaging for Handheld Computers
Helena Fabersjö, Elisabeth Windt, Ylva Wridell, Johan Sanneblad, Viktoria Institute, Sweden

What's in a Barcode? Informed Consent and Machine Scannable Driver Licenses
Jennifer Hagman, Ann Hendrickson, and Amanda Whitty, University of Washington, USA

Kinetic Typography-Based Instant Messaging
Kerry Bodine and Mathilde Pignol, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Desktop Aksi: Virtual Workspace Concept Integrating Personal Social Communication and Task Management
Abhijit Rao, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA

Mobile ADVICE: An Accessible Device for Visually Impaired Capability Enhancement
Robert Amar, Steven Dow, Richard Gordon, Muhammad Raafay Hamid, Chad Sellers, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Computer-Mediated Communication

"Today" Messages: Lightweight Group Awareness via Email
A.J. Brush, Alan Borning, University of Washington, USA

PHEmail: Designing a Privacy Honoring Email System
David Nguyen, Khai Truong, Georgia Tech, USA

Marked for Deletion: An Analysis of Email Data
Laura Dabbish, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Gina Venolia, JJ Cadiz, Microsoft Research, USA

Reality Instant Messaging: Injecting a Dose of Reality into Online Chat
Mei Chuah, Accenture Technology Labs

TelMeA2003: Social Summarization in Online Communities
Toru Takahashi, Yasuhiro Katagiri, ATR Media Information Science Laboratories, Japan

Leaders Leading? A Shift in Technology Adoption
Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research, USA

Social Regulation in Virtual Spaces
Jack Muramatsu, Irvine (UCI), USA

Interpersonal Cues and Consumer Trust in E-commerce
Jens Riegelsberger, University College London, UK

Supporting Intercultural Computer-Mediated Discourse: Methods, Models, and Architectures
Fahri Yetim, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA; Elaine Raybourn, Sandia National Laboratories, USA

Input and Interaction

Clearpen: Improving the Legibility of Handwriting
Tim Butler, U. of Hertfordshire, UK

Modeling Command Selection for Speech-Based Applications
Jinjuan (Heidi) Feng, Baltimore (UMBC), USA

Partitioning Cursor Movements in "Point And Click" Tasks
Faustina Hwang, U. of Cambridge, UK

The Gateway: A Navigation Technique for Migrating to Small Screens
Bonnie MacKay, Dalhousie, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Modeling Cyclic Interaction: An Account of Feedback
Hokyoung Ryu, University of York, UK

Developing a Car Gesture Interface For Use as a Secondary Task
Micah Alpern and Katie Minardo, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Investigation of Subjective Preferences in Multiple Degrees-of Freedom Inputs
Sriram Subramanian, Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands; Frank Dijkstra, Fontys University of Professional Education, The Netherlands

A Reference Model for Multimodal Input Interpretation
Anurag Gupta, University of New South Wales, Australia

Reassessing Current Cell Phone Designs: Using Thumb Input Effectively
Nambu Hirotaka, Waseda University, Japan

Containers: A New Hierarchical Model for Browser Interfaces
Chad Owens, Georgia State University, USA

The Benefits of Physical Edges in Gesture-Making: Empirical Support for an Edge-Based Unistroke Alphabet
Jacob O. Wobbrock, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Principles for Multimodal User Interface Design
Jim A. Larson, Intel Corporation, USA; Sharon Oviatt, Oregon Graduate School, USA

Gaze Interaction

Self Reflection can Substitute Eye Contact
Osamu Morikawa, Ryoichi Hashimoro, Juli Yamashita, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

AuraMirror: Artistically Visualizing Attention
Alexander W. Skaburskis, Jeffrey S. Shell, Roel Vertegaal, Connor Dickie, Human Media Lab Queen's University, Canada

Establishing Remote Conversations Through Eye Contact With Physical Awareness Proxies
Baha Jabarin, James Wu, Roel Vertegaal, Lenko Grigorov, Human Media Lab, Queen's University, Canada

Just Blink Your Eyes: A Head-Free Gaze Tracking System
Takehiko Ohno, Naoki Mukawa, NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan; Shinjiro Kawato, ATR Media Information Science Laboratories, Japan

Reciprocal Eye Contact as an Interaction Technique
John A. Kembel, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Tangible Interfaces

Gummi: User Interface for Deformable Computers
Carsten Schwesig, Ivan Poupyrev, Sony Computer Science Lab, Japan; Eijiro Mori, Sony Creative Development Group, Japan

Integrating Hardware and Software: Augmented Reality Based Prototyping Method for Digital Products
Tek-Jin Nam, Woohun Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

Creating An Enhanced Reality User Interface - ERSolitaire
Jim Parker, Mark Baumback, Digital Media Laboratory, Canada

A Spatially-Aware Tangible Interface for Computer-Aided Design
Chia-Hsun LEE, Yu-Pin MA, Taysheng Jeng, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

CHI-Ball, An Interactive Device Assisting Martial Arts Education for Children
Markus Heberlein, Takafumi Hayashi, Sakol Teeravarunyou, Sara Nashold, Institute of Design, USA

Nostalgia: An Evocative Tangible Interface for Elderly Users
Magnus Nilsson, Sara Johansson, Maria Håkansson, IT-university of Göteborg, Sweden

Alternative "Vision": A Haptic and Auditory Assistive Device
Dan Morris, Neel Joshi, Stanford University, USA

Computers Everywhere

Ubiquitous Computing: By the People, For the People
Ali Ndiwalana, C.M. Chewar, Jacob Somervell, D.Scott McCrickard, Virginia Tech, USA

Analyzing Usage of Location Based Services
Assaf Burak, Valis LTD., Israel; Taly Sharon, MIT Media Laboratory, USA

A Context-Aware Experience Sampling Tool
Stephen Intille, John Rondoni, Charles Kukla, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; Isabel Ancona, USA; Ling Bao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

iCAP: An Informal Tool for Interactive Prototyping of Context-Aware Applications
Timothy Sohn, University of California at Berkeley, USA; Anind Dey, Intel Research, USA

Ubiquitous Display for Dynamically Changing Environment
Yasuhisa Tokuda, Shinsuke Iwasaki, Yoichi Sato, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan; Yasuto Nakanishi, Hideki Koike, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

Augmenting a Retail Environment Using Steerable Interactive Displays
Noi Sukaviriya, Mark Podlaseck, Rick Kjeldsen, Anthony Levas, Gopal Pingali, Claudio Pinhanez, IBM Research, T.J. Watson, USA

Total Recall: In-place Viewing of Captured Whiteboard Annotations
Lars Erik Holmquist, Johan Sanneblad, Lalya Gaye, Viktoria Institute, Sweden

Finding Objects in "Strata Drawer"
Itiro Siio, Tamagawa University, Japan; Jim Rowan, Elizabeth Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

ShownPass: an Easy Access Control with a Displayed Password
Yuji Ayatsuka, Michimune Kohno, Jun Rekimoto, Initeraction Laboratory, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., Japan

You're In Control: A Urinary User Interface
Dan Maynes-Aminzade, Hayes Raffle, MIT Media Lab, USA

An Unencumbering, Localized Olfactory Display
Yasuyuki Yanagida, Haruo Noma, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan; Akira Tomono, Tokai University, Japan; Nobuji Tetsutani, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan

Attitudes Towards Technology Use in Public Zones: The Influence of External Factors on ATM user
Linda Little, Northumbria University, UK

Are Designers Ready for Ubiquitous Computing? A Formative Study
Sara Ljungblad, Tobias Skog, Lalya Gaye, Viktoria Institute, Sweden

Discovery Point: Enhancing the Museum Experience with Technology
Marianne Berkovich, Jenna Date, Rachael Keeler, Marti Louw, Matthew Mowczko, Maureen O'Toole, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Hands On Cooking: Towards an Attentive Kitchen
Jeremy S. Bradbury, Jeffrey S. Shell, Craig B. Knowles, Queen's University, Canada

Preferences for Unfavorable External Representations in Interaction with ATMs and Multimedia
Martin Bergling, Lund University, Sweden

The Toilet Entertainment System
Pär Stenberg, Johan Thoresson, IT-University of Göteborg, Sweden

Intuitive Visualizations for Presence and Recency Information for Ambient Displays
Jaroslav Tyman, Elaine M. Huang, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Designing Culturally Situated Technologies for the Home
Genevieve Bell, Intel, USA; Mark Blythe, York University, Canada; Bill Gaver, RCA, USA; Phoebe Sengers, Cornell University, USA,; Peter Wright, York University, Canada

Intelligent Interfaces

The Impact of Automated Assistance on the Information Retrieval Process
Bernard Jansen, George Kroner, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

The Role of Context in Question Answering Systems
Jimmy Lin, MIT AI Laboratory, USA; Dennis Quan, IBM Internet Technology, USA; Vineet Sinha, Karun Bakshi, David Huynh, Boris Katz, MIT AI Laboratory, USA

Robotic Wheelchair Looking at All People
Yoshinori Kuno, Akio Nakamura, Saitama University, Japan

Usability and CMMI: Does A Higher Maturity Level in Product Development Mean Better Usability?
Timo Jokela, University of Oulu, Finland; Tuomo Lalli, K2 Quality Partners, Finland

Providing Elegant Peripheral Awareness
JJ Cadiz, Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, USA; Scott McCrickard, Virginia Tech, USA; John Stasko, Georgia Inst. of Technology, USA

Supporting Design

Utilizing Mobile Devices to Capture Case Stories for Knowledge Management
Jia Shen, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

Understanding and Enhancing Call Centre Computer-Human-Human Interaction
Anette Steel, U. of Waikato, New Zealand

Take it to the Next Stage: The Roles of Role Playing in the Design Process
Kristian T. Simsarian, IDEO, USA

Design Concept to Promote Both Reflective and Experimental Cognition for Creative Design Work
Shun'ichi Tano, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

An Hour In The Life: Towards Requirements for Modelling Multiple Task Work
Peter Wild, Peter Johnson, Hilary Johnson, University of Bath, UK

Evaluating a Sketch Environment for Novice Programmers
Beryl Plimmer, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Mark Apperley, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Administrative Assistants as Interruption Mediators
Laura A. Dabbish, Ryan S. Baker, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Dating Architecture
Ray Henderson, TaRan Wilson, Miyuki Shimbo, The Art Institute of Atlanta, USA

Emotional Expressiveness in Visual-Sonic Integration:A Framework for Multimedia Design
Kritsachai Somsaman, Case Western Reserve University, USA

Dynamic Viewpoint Tethering: Enhancing Control Performance in Virtual Worlds
Wenbi Wang, University of Toronto, Canada

You're Getting Warmer! How Proximity Information Affects Search Behavior in Physical Spaces
Leila Takayama, Lawrence Leung, Xiaodong Jiang, Jason I. Hong, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Paper or Interactive? A Study of Prototyping Techniques for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
Linchuan Liu, Peter Khooshabeh, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Framework for Evaluating Application Adaptivity
Marika Tähti, University of Oulu, Finland

Location Learning in Chinese versus English Menu Selection
Kin Pou Lie, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

A Contextual Inquiry of Expert Programmers in an Event-Based Programming Environment
Andrew Jensen Ko, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Interface Design for Metadata Creation
Abe Crystal, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Designing Personalized User Experiences for eCommerce: Theory, Methods, and Research
Clare-Marie Karat, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA; Jan Blom, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland; John Karat, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA

Perspectives on HCI Patterns: Concepts and Tools
Sally Fincher, University of Kent, UK; Janet Finlay, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK; Sharon Greene, Lauretta Jones, Paul Matchen, IBM T.J.Watson Research Center, USA; Pedro J. Molina, CARE Technologies, Spain; John Thomas, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA

Scenarios in Practice
John Carroll, Mary Beth Rosson, Virginia Tech, USA; Paul McInerney, IBM, USA

Perspectives in End User Development
Fabio Patern, CNUCE-CNR, Italy; Alexander Repenning, University of Colorado, USA; Volker Wulf, University of Siegen and Fraunhofer Institute, Germany; Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab, USA

Best Practices and Future Visions for Search User Interfaces: A Workshop
Misha W. Vaughan, Oracle Corporation, USA; Helmut Degen, SiemensAG, Germany; Marc Resnick, Florida International University, USA; Peter Gremettm, AOL Time Warner, USA

HCI and Security Systems
Andrew Patrick, National Research Council of Canada, Canada; Chris Long, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Scott Flinn, National Research Council of Canada, Canada

Comparative Expert Reviews
Rolf Molich, DialogDesign, Denmark; Robin Jeffries, Sun Microsystems, USA

System Administrators are Users, Too: Designing Workspaces for Managing Internet-Scale System
Rob Barrett, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA; Yen-Yang Michael Chen, Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA; Paul Maglio, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA


Live Interactionary

Wednesday 2:30 - 4:00 pm

Session Chairs:
Mike Atyeo, Neo Insight, Canada; Alex Little, Tivoli Systems, USA

Teams:
Collegium, Carnegie-Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute, USA; Eindhoven Technical University (TU/e) User-System Interaction Program, Eindhoven, Netherlands; Nokia Options, Nokia Research Center, Helsinki, Finland

Panel Members:
Scott Berkun, Microsoft, USA; Karen Holzblatt, InContext Enterprises, USA; Jared Spool, User Interface Engineering, USA; Terry Winograd, Stanford University (currently on sabbatical at Google), U.S.A. Scott Berkun, Microsoft, USA


Panels

Tuesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Post-cognitivist HCI: Second-wave Theories
    Theories Bonnie Nardi, Agilent Laboratories, USA; Victor Kaptelinin, Department of Informatics, Sweden; Bonnie A. Nardi, Agilent Laboratories, USA; Susanne Bodker, Aarhus University, Denmark; John Carroll, Virginia Tech, USA ; Jim Hollan, UC San Diego, USA ; Edwin Hutchins, UC San Diego, USA ; Terry Winograd, Stanford University, USA

Tuesday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

  • Politics and Usability: Test Your Skills Against the Experts
    Rolf Molich, DialogDesign, Denmark ; Kara Pernice Coyne, Nielsen Norman Group, USA; Ron Perkins, Design Perspectives, USA ; Deborah J. Mayhew, Deborah J. Mayhew and Associates, USA

Tuesday, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

  • Research-Based Web Guidelines: Do They Make Better Websites? Moderator: Sanjay Koyani, National Cancer Institute, USA ; Moderator: Susan Allison, National Cancer Institute, USA ; Robert Bailey, Computer Psychology, Inc., USA; Barbara Chaparro, Wichita State University, USA; Melody Ivory, University of Washington, USA; Sean Wheeler, Social Security Administration, USA

Wednesday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

  • The "Magic Number 5:" Is it Enough for Web Testing?
    Carol Barnum, Southern Polytechnic State University, USA; Nigel Bevan, Serco Usability Services, UK; Gilbert Cockton, University of Sunderland, UK; Jakob Nielsen, Nielsen Norman Group, USA; Jared Spool, User Interface Engineering, USA; Dennis Wixon, Microsoft Corporation, USA

Wednesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Voting: User Experience - Technology and Practice
    Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab, USA; Eric A. Fisher, Congressional Research Service, USA; Ben Benderson, Human-Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland, USA; Conny McCormack, Los Angeles County, California, USA; Clifford Nass, Stanford University, USA

Wednesday, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

  • Culture Issues and Mobile UI Design
    Emilie W. Gould, Lally School of Management, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA; Pia Honold, Siemens, Germany; Masaaki Kurosu, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan; Christian Lindholm, Nokia Mobile Phones, Finland; Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc., USA

Thursday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

  • Evaluating Globally: How to Conduct International or Intercultural Usability Research
    Laurie Roshak, Sun Microsystems, USA; Moderator: Jared Spool, User Interface Engineering, USA; Vanessa Evers, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rolf Molich, DialogDesign, Denmark; Colleen Page, Microsoft Corporation, USA; Ann-Byrd Platt, Swisscom, Switzerland

Thursday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam... How Can We Stop It?
    Jonathan Lazar, Dept. of Computer and Information Sciences, Towson University, USA ; Elizabeth Churchill, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA; Hans deGraaff, KPN Mobile, Netherlands; Batya Friedman, University of Washington, USA; Joseph Konstan, University of Minnesota, USA; Jenny Preece, UMBC, USA

Thursday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

  • The Next Revolution: Vehicle UI Design
    Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc., USA; Paul Allen Green, University of Michigan, USA; Hideki Hada, Mitsubishi Motors, USA; David Wheatley, Motorola Labs Applications Research Lab, USA; Ben Shneiderman, USA

Short Talks

Tuesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Interaction Techniques for Handheld Devices
George Furnas, University of Michigan, USA

  • A Fisheye Calendar Interface for PDAs: Providing Overviews for Small Displays
    Benjamin Bederson, University of Maryland, USA; Aaron Clamage, University of Maryland, USA; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, USA; George Robertson, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Peephole Displays: Pen Interaction on Spatially Aware Handheld Computers
    Ka-Ping Yee, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Shared Freeform Input for Note Taking across Devices
    Laurent Denoue, Patrick Chiu, Tohru Fuse, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA
  • Typing in Thin Air: The Canesta Projection Keyboard - A New Method of Interaction with Electronic Devices Helena Roeber, John Bacus, Canesta, Inc., USA; Carlo Tomasi, Canesta, Inc/Duke University, USA

Domesticated Design
Beth Mynatt, Georgia Tech, USA

  • Effects of Voice vs. Remote on U.S. and Japanese User Satisfaction With Interactive HDTV Systems
    Garry Tan, Stanford University, USA; Scott Brave, Stanford University, USA; Clifford Nass, Stanford University, USA; Masaru Takechi, NHK Research Laboratories, Stanford University, USA
  • On natural living room communication with "ComAdapter" : adapting to the differences in room structure.
    Kazuyuki ISO, NTT Cyber Space Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan; Takashi Yagi, NTT Cyber Space Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan; Minoru Kobayashi, NTT Cyber Space Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan; Satoshi Iwaki, NTT Cyber Space Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan; Satoshi Ishibashi, NTT Cyber Space Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan
  • The Evolution of Buildings and Implications for the Design of Ubiquitous Domestic Environments
    Tom Rodden, University of Nottingham, UK; Steve Benford, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Technology Probes: Inspiring Design for and with Families
    Hilary Hutchinson, HCIL, UMIACS, CS/University of Maryland, USA; Wendy Mackay, LRI, INRIA Futurs/Universitè de Paris-Sud, France; Bosse Westerlund, CID, NADA, Kungl Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden; Benjamin B. Bederson, HCIL, UMIACS, CS/University of Maryland, USA; Allison Druin, HCIL, UMIACS, CS/University of Maryland, USA; Catherine Plaisant, HCIL, UMIACS, CS/University of Maryland, USA; Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, LRI, INRIA Futurs/Universitè de Paris-Sud, France; Stephane Conversy, LRI, INRIA Futurs/Universitè de Paris-Sud, France; Helen Evans, LRI, INRIA Futurs/Universitè de Paris-Sud, France; Heiko Hansen, LRI, INRIA Futurs/Universitè de Paris-Sud, France; Nicolas Roussel, LRI, INRIA Futurs/Universitè de Paris-Sud, France; Björn Eiderbäck, CID, NADA, Kungl Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden; Sinna Lindquist, CID, NADA, Kungl Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden; Yngve Sundblad, CID, NADA, Kungl Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden

Trust, Security & Safety
Jan Gulliksen, Uppsala University, Sweden

  • Interpersonal Trust and Empathy Online: a Fragile Relationship
    Jinjuan Feng, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA; Jonathan Lazar, Towson University, USA; Jenny Preece, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA
  • Identity Disclosure and the Creation of Social Capital
    David R Millen, IBM Research, USA; John F Patterson, IBM Research, USA
  • Prominence-Interpretation Theory: Explaining How People Assess Credibility Online
    B.J. Fogg, Stanford University, USA
  • Who Wants to Know What When? Privacy Preference Determinants in Ubiquitous Computing
    Scott Lederer, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Jennifer Mankoff, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Anind K. Dey, Intel Research, Berkeley, USA
  • Safe & Sound: a wireless leash Natalia Marmasse, MIT Media Lab, USA; Chris Schmandt, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • Cell Phone Communication and Driver Visual Behavior: The Impact of Cognitive Distraction
    Patricia Trbovich, Carleton University, Canada; Joanne L Harbluk, Transport Canada, Canada

Tuesday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

Emotion
Kia Höök, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden

  • Co-experience: the Social User Experience
    Katja Battarbee, University of Art and Design Helsinki, Finland
  • Affective Gaming: Measuring Emotion Through the Gamepad
    Jonathan Sykes, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK; Simon Brown, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
  • Measurement of User Frustration: A Biologic Approach
    Richard Hazlett, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA
  • User Recalled Occurrences of Usability Errors: Implications on the User Experience
    Helena Mentis, Cornell University, USA; Geri Gay, Cornell University, USA
  • Predicting User Satisfaction from Subject Satisfaction
    Margaret B. Swan, Indiana University, USA; Mark Notess, Indiana University, USA
  • Visualizing the Affective Structure of a Text Document Hugo Liu, MIT Media Lab, USA; Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab, USA; Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab, USA

Tuesday, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Usability of Large Scale Public Systems
Jim Miller, Miramontes Computing, USA

  • Conversation Thumbnails for Large-Scale Discussions Martin Wattenberg, IBM Research, USA; David Millen, IBM Research, USA
  • Communities of Design Practice in Electronic Government Richard Halstead-Nussloch, Southern Polytechnic State University, USA; Doris Konneh, Georgia Technology Authority, USA; Robert Woodruff, Georgia Technology Authority, USA
  • Electronic Voting System Usability Issues
    Benjamin Bederson, University of Maryland/Computer Science Department/Human-Computer Interaction Lab, USA; Bongshin Lee, University of Maryland/Computer Science Department/Human-Computer Interaction Lab, USA; Robert Sherman, University of Maryland/Computer Science Department/Human-Computer Interaction Lab, USA; Paul Herrnson, University of Maryland/Department of Government and Politics, USA; Richard Niemi, University of Rochester/Department of Political Science, USA
  • Usability and Biometric Verification at the ATM interface
    Lynne Coventry, Advanced Technology & Research, NCR Financial Solutions Division, Dundee UK; Antonella De Angeli, Advanced Technology & Research, NCR Financial Solutions Division, Dundee UK; Graham Johnson, Advanced Technology & Research, NCR Financial Solutions Division, Dundee UK

Peripheral and Ambient Displays
Scott Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Can You See What I Hear? The Design and Evaluation of a Peripheral Sound Display for the Deaf
    F. Wai-ling Ho-Ching, UC Berkeley, USA; Jennifer Mankoff, UC Berkeley, USA; James A. Landay, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Heuristic Evaluation of Ambient Displays
    Anind Dey, Intel Research Berkeley, USA; Jennifer Mankoff, UC Berkeley, USA; Gary Hsieh, UC Berkeley, USA; Julie Kientz, University of Toledo, USA; Scott Lederer, UC Berkeley, USA; Morgan Ames, UC Berkeley, USA
  • AttrActive Windows: Dynamic Windows for Digital Bulletin Boards
    Laurent Denoue, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA; Les Nelson, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA; Elizabeth Churchill, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA
  • Information Voyeurism: Social Impact of Physically Large Displays on Information Privacy
    Desney Tan, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, USA

Fitt's Law & Text Input
Kari-Jouko Räihä, University of Tampere, Finland

  • Interface with Pre-Typing Visual Feedback for Touch-Sensitive Keyboard
    Roman Ilinski, Cybernetics Counsil Labs, Moscow, Russia
  • Combined Model for Text Entry Rate Development
    Poika Isokoski, University of Tampere, Finland; I. Scott MacKenzie, University of Tampere & University of York, Canada
  • Phrase Sets for Evaluating Text Entry Techniques
    I. Scott MacKenzie, York University, Canada
  • Evaluation of Thumbwheel Text Entry Methods
    Peter Tarasewich, Northeastern University, USA
  • Scroll Ring Performance Evaluation
    Elaine Wherry, Synaptics. Inc., USA
  • Card, English, and Burr (1978) - 25 Years Later
    I. Scott MacKenzie, York University, Canada; R. William Soukoreff, York University, Canada

Wednesday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

Editing and Coordinating
Laurence Nigay, University of Grenoble, France

  • Fusion: Interactive Coordination of Diverse Data, Visualizations, and Mining Algorithms
    Chris North, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Nathan Conklin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Kiran Indukuri, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Varun Saini, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
  • SILVER: Simplifying Video Editing With Metadata
    A. Chris Long, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Juan Casares, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Brad A. Myers, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Rishi Bhatnagar, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Scott M. Stevens, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Laura Dabbish, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Dan Yocum, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Albert Corbett, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • When One Isn't Enough: An Analysis of Virtual Desktop Usage Strategies and Their Implications for Design
    Meredith Ringel, Stanford University, USA
  • MediaFinder: An Interface for Dynamic Personal Media Management with Semantic Regions
    Hyunmo Kang Hyunmo Kang, Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland at College Park, USA; Ben Shneiderman, Human Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland at College Park, USA

Wednesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Gaze & Information Navigation
Tom Gross, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany

  • Auditory and Visual Feedback During Eye Typing
    Päivi Majaranta, University of Tampere, Finland; I. Scott MacKenzie, York University, Canada; Anne Aula, Kari-Jouko Räihä, University of Tampere, Finland
  • Where do Helpers Look? Gaze Targets During Collaborative Physical Tasks
    Susan Fussell, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Leslie Setlock, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Elizabeth Parker, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • EyePliances: Attention-Seeking Devices that Respond to Visual Attention
    Jeffrey S. Shell, Queen's University, Canada; Roel Vertegaal, Queen's University, Canada; Alexander W. Skaburskis, Queen's University, Canada
  • Gaze- vs. Hand-Based Pointing in Virtual Environments
    Nathan Cournia, Clemson University, USA; John D. Smith, Clemson University, USA; Andrew Duchowski, Clemson University, USA
  • Isometric Pointer Interfaces for Wearable 3D Visualization
    David M. Krum, Rob Melby, William Ribarsky, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Larry Hodges, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
  • This Is a Lot Easier!: Constrained Movement Speeds Navigation
    Susanne Jul, University of Michigan, USA

Wednesday, 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Issues in Software Development
Les Nelson, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, USA

  • Stuck in the Middle: The Challenges of User-Centered Design and Evaluation for Middleware
    W. Keith Edwards, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Victoria Bellotti, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Anind K. Dey, Intel Research Lab at Berkeley, USA; Mark W. Newman, Palo Alto Research Center, USA
  • Harnessing Curiosity to Increase Correctness in End-user Programming
    Aaron Wilson, Oregon State University, USA; Margaret Burnett, Oregon State University, USA; Laura Beckwith, Oregon State University, USA; Orion Granatir, Oregon State University, USA; Ledah Casburn, Oregon State University, USA; Curtis Cook, Oregon State University, USA; Mike Durham, Oregon State University, USA; Gregg Rothermel, Oregon State University, USA;
  • Paper Prototyping - What is it good for? A Comparison of Paper- and Computer-based Low-fidelity Prototyping
    Reinhard Sefelin, CURE (Center for Usability Research & Engineering), Austria; Manfred Tscheligi, CURE (Center for Usability Research & Engineering), Austria; Verena Giller, CURE (Center for Usability Research & Engineering), Austria
  • PRESPE: Participatory Requirements Elicitation using Scenarios and Photo Essays
    Kentaro Go, Yamanashi University, Japan; Yasuaki Takamoto, Fujitsu Limited, Japan; John Carroll, Virginia Tech, USA; Atsumi Imamiya, University of Yamanashi, Japan; Hisanori Masuda, University of Yamanashi, Japan

Collaborative Systems
Steve Benford, University of Nottingham, UK

  • Activity Rhythm Detection and Modeling
    Rosco Hill, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Canada; James "Bo" Begole, Sun Microsystems, Inc., USA
  • AwarenessMaps: Visualizing Awareness in Shared Workspaces
    Tom Gross, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany; Wido Wirsam, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany; Wolfgang Graether, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
  • Coordinating Communication: Awareness Displays and Interruption
    Laura Dabbish, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Robert Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Assessing the Value of a Cursor Pointing Device for Remote Collaboration on Physical Tasks
    Susan Fussell, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Leslie Setlock, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Elizabeth Parker, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Jie Yang, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • The Effectiveness of Multiscale Collaboration in Virtual Environments
    Xiaolong Zhang, University of Michigan, USA; George W. Furnas, University of Michigan, USA
  • Avatar Proxies: Configurable Informants of Collaborative Activities
    Umer Farooq, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Con Rodi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; John Carroll, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Philip Isenhour, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

Wednesday, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Brains, Eyes and Ears
Leon Watts, UMIST, UK

  • Things Happening in the Brain while Humans Learn to Use New Tools
    Yoshifumi Kitamura, Osaka University, Japan; Yoshihisa Yamaguchi, Osaka University, Japan; Hiroshi Imamizu, ATR, Japan; Fumio Kishino, Osaka University, Japan; Mitsuo Kishino, ATR, Japan
  • Unvoiced Speech Recognition using EMG - Mime Speech Recognition
    Hiroyuki Manabe, NTT DoCoMo Multimedia Laboratories, Japan; Akira Hiraiwa, NTT DoCoMo Multimedia Laboratories, Japan; Toshiaki Sugimura, NTT DoCoMo Multimedia Laboratories, Japan
  • The Neurally Controllable Internet Browser (BrainBrowser)
    Ope Tomori, Georgia State University, USA; Melody Moore, Georgia State University, USA
  • AudioBattleship: Blind Learners Collaboration through Sound
    Jaime Sánchez, University of Chile, Chile; Nelson Baloian, University of Chile, Chile; Tiago Hassler, University of Chile, Chile; Ulrich Hoppe, University of Duisburg, Germany

Tangible Interfaces
Anind K. Dey, Intel Research Berkeley, USA

  • A Tangible Interface for IP Network Simulation
    Kazue Kobayashi, NTT Comware, USA; Mitsunori Hirano, Atsunobu Narita, NTT Comware, Japan; Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • On Interfaces Projected onto Real-World Objects
    Mark Podlaseck, Claudio Pinhanez, Nancy Alvorado, Margaret Chan, Elisa Dejesus, IBM Research, T.J. Watson, USA
  • FantasyA and SenToy
    Kristina Höök, Adrian Bullock, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden; Ana Paiva, Marco Vala, Ricardo Chaves, Rui Prada, IST - Technical University of Lisbon and INESC-ID, Portugal
  • EEWWW!!: Tangible Interfaces for Navigating into the Human Body
    Edward De Guzman, F. Wai-ling Ho-Ching, Tara Matthews, Tye Rattenbury, EECS, UC Berkeley, California, USA; Maribeth Back, Steve R. Harrison, USA
  • Super Cilia Skin: An Interactive Membrane
    Hayes Raffle, MIT Media Lab, USA; Mitchell Joachim, James Tichenor, MIT Design and Computation, USA
  • The System Blocks: A Physical Interface for System Dynamics Simulation
    Susanne Jul, University of Michigan, USA

Thursday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

World Wide Web
Erika Orrick, Code Useable, USA

  • Sparrow Web: Group-Writable Information on Structured Web Pages
    Eric A. Bier, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Kenneth Pier, Palo Alto Research Center, USA;
  • Mr.Web: An Automated Interactive Webmaster
    Andrea Lockerd, MIT Media Lab, USA; Huy Pham, MIT Media Lab, USA; Taly Sharon, MIT Media Lab, USA; Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • Two Methods for Auto-Organizing Personal Web History
    Scott LeeTiernan, University of Washington, USA; Shelly Farnham, Microsoft Research, USA; Lili Cheng, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Exploring the Distribution of Online Healthcare Information
    Suresh Bhavnani, University of Michigan, USA; Renju Jacob, University of Michigan, USA; Jennifer Nardine, University of Michigan, USA; Fred Peck, University of Michigan, USA
  • Looks Good to Me
    Linda Roberts, BellSouth, USA; Leigh Rankin, BellSouth, USA; Edward Silver, BellSouth, USA; Darryl Moore

Understanding the Context of Use
Fabio Paternò, ISTI-CNR, Italy

  • Investigating Police Patrol Practice for Design of IT
    Urban Nulden, Viktoria Institute, Sweden
  • Extending Ubiquitous Computing to Vineyards
    Timothy Brooke, Intel Corporation, USA; Jenna R. Burrell, Intel Corporation, USA; Richard Beckwith, Intel Corporation, USA
  • Design Considerations for a Financial Management System for Rural, Semi-literate Users
    Apala Lahiri Chavan, Human Factors International, India; Kaushik Ghosh, Media Lab Asia, India; Tapan Parikh, Media Lab Asia, India
  • Imagery Systems for Enhanced Crewmember Habitability, Performance and Productivity on ISS
    Mihriban Whitmore, NASA Johnson Space Center, USA; Vicky Byrne, Johnson Engineering, USA
  • What is a Place? Allowing Users to Name and Define Places
    Petra Fagerberg, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden; Per Persson, Nokia Research Center, Finland; Fredrik Espinoza, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden
  • Persona Development for Information-rich Domains
    Rashimi Sinha, Uzanto Analytics & Design, USA

Thursday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Information Visualization & Navigation
Staffan Björk, PLAY, Interactive Institute, Sweden

  • SeismoSpin: A Physical Instrument for Digital Data
    Mark McKelvin, EECS, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Ragnhild Nestande, EECS, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Leticia Valdez, SIMS, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Ka-Ping Yee, EECS, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Maribeth Back, USA; Steve R. Harrison, USA
  • Dynamic Query Sliders vs. Brushing Histograms
    Qing Li, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Xiaofeng Bao, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Chen Song, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Jinfei Zhang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Chris North, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
  • Efficient User Interest Estimation in Fisheye Views
    Jeffrey Heer, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Stuart K. Card, Palo Alto Research Center, USA
  • City Lights: Contextual Views in Minimal Space
    Polle T. Zellweger, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Jock Mackinlay, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Lance Good, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Mark Stefik, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Patrick Baudisch, Palo Alto Research Center, USA
  • Are There Benefits in Seeing Double? A Study of Collaborative Information Visualization
    Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine, USA; Keri Carpenter, University of California, Irvine, USA; Alfred Kobsa, University of California, Irvine, USA
  • Experimental Study of Cockpit Displays of Traffic Information for Pilot Self-Spacing in Congested Airspace
    Kirk Benson, Georgia Tech, USA; Glenn Dean, Georgia Tech, USA; Geoffrey Kuhlmann, Georgia Tech, USA; Brian Sperling, Georgia Tech, USA; Amy R. Pritchett, Georgia Tech, USA; Julie A. Jacko, Georgia Tech, USA

Thursday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

Recommender Systems and Social Computing
Paul Dourish, UC Irvine, USA

  • Is Seeing Believing? How Recommender System Interfaces Affect Users' Opinions
    Dan Cosley, University of Minnesota, USA; Shyong K. Lam, University of Minnesota, USA; Istvan Albert, University of Minnesota, USA; Joseph A. Konstan, University of Minnesota, USA; John Riedl, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Recommending Collaboration with Social Networks: A Comparative Evaluation
    David McDonald, The Information School, University of Washington, USA
  • Developing an Airline Freight Management System: Meeting Airline and End-User Challenges
    Sam J. Racine, Unisys Corporation, USA; John C. Curtin, Unisys Corporation, USA
  • Evaluating Social Trails
    Martin Svensson, Swedish Institue of Computer Science, Sweden; Kristina Höök, Swedish Institue of Computer Science, Sweden; Rickard Cöster, Swedish Institue of Computer Science, Sweden
  • Designing Visualizations of Social Activity: Six Claims
    Thomas Erickson, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA

Haptic Interfaces
Matt Jones, University of Waikato, New Zealand

  • Tangible Search for stacked objects
    Kensaku Fujii, NTT Cyber Space Laboratories, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan; Jun Shimamura, Japan; Kenichi Arakawa; Tomohiko Arikawa
  • SmartPad: A Finger-Sensing Keypad for Mobile Interaction
    Jun Rekimoto, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., Japan; Takaaki Ishizawa, Keio University, Japan; Haruo Oba, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., Japan
  • ThumbSense: Automatic Input Mode Sensing for Touchpad-based Interactions
    Jun Rekimoto, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc., Japan
  • Tactile Virtual Buttons for Mobile Devices
    Andrew Nashel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; Sharif Razzaque, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
  • Designing Effective Haptic Interaction: Inverted Damping
    Jason Williams, Sony International (Europe) GmbH, Germany; Georg Michelitsch, Sony International (Europe) GmbH, Germany
  • Assessing Haptic Properties for Data Representation
    Steven A. Wall, Glasgow Interactive Systems Group, University of Glasgow, UK; Stephen A. Brewster, Glasgow Interactive Systems Group, University of Glasgow, UK

Special Interest Groups

Tuesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Meeting the Challenge of Measuring Return On Investment For User Centered Development
Susan L. Keenan, Hewlett-Packard Company, USA; Tom Graefe, Hewlett-Packard Company, USA; Karen Bowen, The MITRE Corporation, USA

Tuesday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

Making Customer-Centered Design Work in the Real World of Organizations
Karen Holtzblatt, InContext Enterprises, USA; Joerg Beringer, SAP AG, Germany

Tuesday, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Challenges in Teaching User Interface Design for Telephone and Cell Phones
James A. Larson, Intel Corporation, USA; Juan E. Gilbert, Auburn University, USA; Michael McTear, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

Wednesday, 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Consultants' Forum: Successful Adaptation during Tough Economic Times
Carolyn Snyder, Snyder Consulting, USA; Verena Giller, USECON GmbH, Austria; Chauncey Wilson, WilDesign Consulting, USA; Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc., USA

Wednesday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Current Issues in Assessing and Improving Information Usability
Stephanie Rosenbaum, Tec-Ed, Inc., USA; Judith Ramey, University of Washington, USA

Wednesday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

eLearning SIG
Lisa Neal, EDS, USA; Ken Korman, ACM, USA

Wednesday, 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Design of Usable Multi-Platform Interactive Systems
Fabio Paternò, ISTI-CNR, Italy; Manfred Tscheligi, CURE, Austria

Thursday, 9:00 - 10:30 am

Toward a Unified Universal Remote Console Standard
Gottfried Zimmermann, Trace Center, Univ. Wisconsin-Madison, USA; Toby Nixon, Microsoft, USA; Marney Beard, Sun Microsystems, USA; Eran Sitnik, Panasonic Technologies, USA; Bill LaPlant, US Census Bureau, USA; Shari Trewin, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA; Sharon Laskowski, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA; Gregg Vanderheiden, Trace Center, Univ. Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Thursday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

HCI and the Arts: A Conflicted Convergence?
Phoebe Sengers, Cornell Information Science / S&TS, USA; Chris Csikszentmihályi, MIT Media Lab, USA

Thursday, 2:30 - 4:00 pm

New Tips and Tricks for a Better Usability Test
Chauncey E. Wilson, Bentley College, USA; Rolf Molich, DialogDesign, Denmark


Student Posters

Computers Everywhere

  • Attitudes Towards Technology Use in Public Zones: The Influence of External Factors on ATM use
    Linda Little, Northumbria University, UK
  • Are Designers Ready for Ubiquitous Computing? A Formative Study
    Sara Ljungblad, Tobias Skog and Lalya Gaye, Viktoria Institute, Sweden
  • Discovery Point: Enhancing the Museum Experience with Technology
    Marianne Berkovich, Jenna Date, Rachael Keeler, Marti Louw, Matthew Mowczko, Maureen O'Toole, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Hands On Cooking: Towards an Attentive Kitchen
    Jeremy S. Bradbury, Jeffrey S. Shell, Craig B. Knowles, Queen's University, Canada
  • Preferences for Unfavorable External Representations in Interaction with ATMs and Multimedia
    Martin Bergling, Lund University, Sweden
  • The Toilet Entertainment System
    Pär Stenberg and Johan Thoresson, IT-University of Göteborg, Sweden
  • Intuitive Visualizations for Presence and Recency Information for Ambient Displays
    Jaroslav Tyman, Elaine M. Huang, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Computer-Mediated Communication

  • A Sensemaking-Supporting Information Gathering System
    Yan Qu, University of Michigan, USA
  • Desktop Aksi: Virtual Workspace concept integrating personal social communication and task management
    Abhijit Rao, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA
  • Administrative Assistants as Interruption Mediators
    Laura A. Dabbish, Ryan S. Baker, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Dynamic Viewpoint Tethering: Enhancing Control Performance in Virtual Worlds
    Wenbi Wang, University of Toronto, Canada

E-Learning

  • Designing an Integrated Review Sheet for an Electronic Textbook
    Neema Moraveji, Abigail Travis, Maura Bidinost, and Matthew Halpern, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • CHI-Ball, An Interactive Device Assisting Martial Arts Education for Children
    Markus Heberlein,Takafumi Hayashi, Sakol Teeravarunyou & Sara Nashold, Institute of Design, Chicago, USA
  • Kana no Senshi (Kana Warrior): A New Interface for Learning Japanese Characters
    Kristen Stubbs, University of Minnesota, USA

Gaze Interaction

  • Reciprocal Eye Contact as an Interaction Technique
    John A. Kembel, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Personal Media

  • Designing to Support Communication on the Move
    Jacqueline Brodie, Brunel University, UK
  • Dating Architecture
    Ray Henderson, TaRan Wilson, Miyuki Shimbo, The Art Institute of Atlanta, USA
  • PhotoPhone Entertainment
    Johan Thoresson, PLAY, Interactive Institute, Sweden
  • Amigo - Wireless Image Based Instant Messaging for Handheld Computers
    Helena Fabersjö, Elisabeth Windt, Ylva Wridell, Johan Sanneblad, Viktoria Institute, Sweden
  • What’s in a Barcode? Informed consent and machine scannable driver licenses
    Jennifer Hagman, Ann Hendrickson, and Amanda Whitty, University of Washington, USA
  • Kinetic Typography-Based Instant Messaging
    Kerry Bodine and Mathilde Pignol, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • BreakingStory: Visualizing Change in Online News
    Jean Anne Fitzpatrick, James Reffell, Moryma Aydelott, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Tangible Interfaces

  • Nostalgia: An Evocative Tangible Interface for Elderly Users
    Magnus Nilsson, Sara Johansson and Maria Håkansson, IT-university of Göteborg, Sweden
  • Alternative "Vision": A Haptic and Auditory Assistive Device
    Dan Morris and Neel Joshi, Stanford University, USA

Input and Interaction

  • Emotional Expressiveness in Visual-Sonic Integration:A Framework for Multimedia Design
    Kritsachai Somsaman, Case Western Reserve University, USA
  • Developing a Car Gesture Interface For Use as a Secondary Task
    Micah Alpern and Katie Minardo, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Investigation of Subjective Preferences in Multiple Degrees-of-freedom Inputs
    Sriram Subramanian, Technichal University of Eindhoven and Frank Dijkstra, Fontys University of Professional Education, The Netherlands
  • A Reference Model for Multimodal Input Interpretation
    Anurag Gupta, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Reassessing Current Cell Phone Designs: Using Thumb Input Effectively
    Nambu Hirotaka, Waseda University, Japan
  • Containers: A New Hierarchical Model for Browser Interfaces
    Chad Owens, Georgia State University, USA
  • The Benefits of Physical Edges in Gesture-Making: Empirical Support for an Edge-Based Unistroke Alphabet
    Jacob O. Wobbrock, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Supporting Design

  • You’re Getting Warmer! How Proximity Information Affects Search Behavior in Physical Spaces
    Leila Takayama, Lawrence Leung, Xiaodong Jiang, Jason I. Hong, University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Paper or Interactive? A Study of Prototyping Techniques for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
    Linchuan Liu, Peter Khooshabeh, University of California at Berkeley, USA
  • Framework for Evaluating Application Adaptivity
    Marika Tähti, University of Oulu, Finland
  • Location Learning in Chinese versus English Menu Selection
    Kin Pou Lie, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • A Contextual Inquiry of Expert Programmers in an Event-Based Programming Environment
    Andrew Jensen Ko, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Interface Design for Metadata Creation
    Abe Crystal, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Doctoral Consortium

  • Mobile Information Re-Finding Using a Voice Interface
    Robert Capra, Virginia Tech, USA
  • ClearPen: Improving the legibility of handwriting
    Timothy S. Butler, University of Hertfordshire, UK
  • Exploring Cultural Usability: A Localization Study of Mobile Text Messaging Use
    Huatong Sun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Tutorials

Saturday, 6:00 - 9:30 pm

  • Human-Computer Interaction: Introduction and Overview
    Keith Butler, Boeing, USA; Rob Jacob, Tufts University, USA; Dave Kieras, University of Michigan, USA
  • Something Old, Something New: Designing for the Aging Population
    Krista Coleman, Enhanced Mobility Technologies, USA; Shelly Heller, George Washington University, USA; Laura Leventhal, Bowling Green State University, USA
  • Attentional and Nonattentional Processes in Vision: Implications for Display Design
    Ronald A. Rensink, University of British Columbia, Canada

Sunday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Subjective Approaches to Design for Everyday Life
    William W. Gaver, Royal College of Art, UK; Andrew Boucher, Royal College of Art, UK; Sarah Pennington, Royal College of Art, UK; Brendan Walker, Royal College of Art, UK
  • Styling the New Web: Web Usability with Style Sheets
    Steven Pemberton, CWI, Amsterdam
  • Web Sites That Work: Designing With Your Eyes Open
    Jared M. Spool, User Interface Engineering, USA; Christine Perfetti, User Interface Engineering, USA
  • Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
    Brian Bomeisler, DRSB, Inc., USA
  • Cognitive Factors in Design: Basic Human Memory and Problem Solving
    Thomas T. Hewett, Drexel University, USA
  • Understanding Work in Context: Practical Observation Skills
    Susan M. Dray, Dray & Associates, Inc., USA
  • Designing Flexible, Accessible Interfaces That Are More Usable by Everyone
    Gregg Vanderheiden, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; Shawn Henry, UI Access, USA
  • Discovering User Needs: Field Techniques You Can Use
    Kate Gomoll, GE Medical Systems, USA; Ellen Story, Gomoll Research & Design, USA
  • Information Visualization: Principles, Promise, and Pragmatics
    Marti Hearst, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Collaboration Technology in Teams, Organizations, and Communities
    Steven Poltrock, The Boeing Company, USA; Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Setting Usability Performance Requirements
    Nigel Bevan, Serco Usability Services, UK
  • Enhanced E-Learning Through Learner-Centric Design
    Sherry Hsi, Metacourse, Inc., USA; Carolyn Gale, Stanford University, USA
  • Handheld Usability: Design, Prototyping, & Usability for Mobile Devices
    Scott Weiss, Usable Products Company, USA; Richard Martin, Usable Products Company, USA
  • User Bias and Judgment: The Subjective Side of Decision-Making
    Paul Whitmore, E*Trade Financial, USA

Monday, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

  • An Introduction to Augmented Reality Research
    Mark Billinghurst, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Wireless Service Usability & Design
    Didier Chincholle, Ericsson, Sweden

Monday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Card-Based User and Task Modeling in Agile Usage-Centered Design
    Larry L. Constantine, Constantine & Lockwood, Ltd., USA; Lucy A. D. Lockwood, Constantine & Lockwood, Ltd., USA
  • Information Foraging
    Peter Pirolli, Palo Alto Research Center, USA; Stuart Card, Palo Alto Research Center, USA
  • Driving Invention from Field Data
    Karen Holtzblatt, InContext Enterprises, Inc., USA
  • Promoting, Establishing and Institutionalizing Usability Engineering
    Deborah J. Mayhew, Deborah J. Mayhew & Associates, USA
  • A Cognitive Approach to Interactive System Design
    Michael E. Atwood, Drexel University, USA; Thomas T. Hewett, Drexel University, USA
  • High-Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Principles and Pitfalls
    Ron Baecker, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Multimedia Design for the Web
    Alistair Sutcliffe, UMIST, UK; Leon Watts, UMIST, UK
  • Designing for Users with Special Needs
    Alan Edwards, Consultant, USA; Alistair Edwards, University of York, UK; Elizabeth Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • Usability and Beyond! Understanding Usefulness, Usability & Use
    Diane J. Schiano, Stanford University, USA; Bonnie A. Nardi, Agilent Labs, USA
  • Recommender Systems: Interfaces and Technology
    Joseph A. Konstan, University of Minnesota, USA; John Riedl, University of Minnesota, USA
  • Working with and Analyzing Qualitative Data
    David A. Siegel, Dray & Associates, Inc.; Susan M. Dray, Dray & Associates, Inc.

Monday, 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

  • Web Search Engines: Algorithms and User Interfaces
    Krishna Bharat, Google Inc., USA; Bay-Wei Chang, Google Inc., USA
  • Vision-based User Interfaces for Pervasive Computing
    Trevor Darrell, MIT, USA
  • Visual Support for Conversations
    Steve Harrison, Dyxsis D/R Consulting; Sara Bly, Sara Bly Consulting

Monday, 6:00 - 9:30 pm

  • Web-Site Usability: The Big Picture 2003
    Jared M. Spool, User Interface Engineering, USA; Christine Perfetti, User Interface Engineering, USA
  • Avoiding "We can't change that!": Software Architecture & Usability
    Bonnie E. John, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Len Bass, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • How To Motivate & Persuade Users: Influence in Everyday HCI
    B.J. Fogg, Stanford University, USA

Workshops

Sunday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Designing Personalized User Experiences for eCommerce: Theory, Methods, and Research
    Clare-Marie Karat, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA; Jan Blom, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland; John Karat, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA
  • Designing for Learning
    Susanne Jul, University of Michigan, USA; Chris Quintana, University of Michigan, USA
  • Perspectives on HCI patterns: Concepts and Tools
    Sally Fincher, University of Kent, UK; Janet Finlay, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK; Sharon Greene, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA; Lauretta Jones, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA; Paul Matchen, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA; Pedro J. Molina, CARE Technologies and the Technical University of Valencia, Spain; John Thomas, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA
  • Scenarios in Practice
    John Carroll, Virginia Tech, USA; Mary Beth Rosson, Virginia Tech, USA; Paul McInerney, IBM, USA
  • Perspectives in End User Development
    Fabio Patern, CNUCE-CNR, Italy; Alexander Repenning, University of Colorado, USA; Volker Wulf, University of Siegen and Fraunhofer Institute, Germany; Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab, USA
  • Humor Modeling in the Interface
    Anton Nijholt, University of Twente, The Netherlands; Oliviero Stock, ITC-IRST, Italy; Alan Dix, Lancaster University, UK; John Morkes, Trilogy, USA
  • Best Practices and Future Visions for Search User Interfaces: A Workshop
    Misha W. Vaughan, Oracle Corporation, USA; Helmut Degen, SiemensAG Germany; Marc Resnick, Florida International University, USA; Peter Gremettm, AOL Time Warner, USA
  • Supporting Intercultural Computer-Mediated Discourse: Methods, Models, and Architectures
    Fahri Yetim, New Jersey Institute of Technology, UK; Elaine Raybourn, Sandia National Laboratories, UK
  • HCI and Security Systems
    Andrew Patrick, National Research Council of Canada, Canada; A Chris Long, Parallel Data Laboratory, USA; Scott Flinn, National Research Council of Canada, USA

Monday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

  • Principles for Multimodal User Interface Design
    Jim A. Larson, Intel Corporation, USA; Sharon Oviatt, Oregon Graduate School, USA
  • Designing Personalized User Experiences for eCommerce: Theory, Methods, and Research
    Clare-Marie Karat, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA; Jan Blom, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland; John Karat, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA
  • Designing for Learning
    Susanne Jul, University of Michigan, USA; Chris Quintana, University of Michigan, USA
  • Perspectives on HCI patterns: Concepts and Tools
    Sally Fincher, University of Kent, UK; Janet Finlay, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK; Sharon Greene, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA; Lauretta Jones, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA; Paul Matchen, IBM T.J.Watson Research Center, USA; Pedro J. Molina, CARE Technologies and the Technical University of Valencia, Spain; John Thomas, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA
  • Comparative Expert Reviews
    Rolf Molich, DialogDesign, Denmark; Robin Jeffries, Sun Microsystems, USA
  • Designing Culturally Situated Technologies for the Home
    Genevieve Bell, Intel, USA; Mark Blythe, York University, UK; Bill Gaver, RCA, UK; Phoebe Sengers, Cornell University, UK; Peter Wright, York University, UK
  • Subtle Expressivity for Characters and Robots
    Noriko Suzuki, ATR, Japan; Christoph Bartneck, Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands
  • Providing Elegant Peripheral Awareness
    JJ Cadiz, Microsoft Research, USA; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research, USA; Scott McCrickard, Virginia Tech, USA; John Stasko, Georgia Inst. of Technology, USA
  • System Administrators are Users, Too: Designing Workspaces for Managing Internet-Scale System
    Rob Barrett, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA; Yen-Yang Michael Chen, Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA; Paul Maglio, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
 
 
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